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Welcome to the Manhattan Chamber of CommerceManhattan Chamber of Commerce (MCC) is a vibrant business membership organization comprised of a cross section of 10,000 business members and subscribers ranging from sole proprietors to large corporations and multi-national firms. Connect with entrepreneurs, leaders and executives by becoming an MCC member today and help your business grow. Our mission is to advocate for, connect and educate the business community in Manhattan.

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    Title: NY State of Health: What Does it Mean for You?

    NY State of Health, The Official Health Plan Marketplace is where New Yorkers will shop for, compare and enroll in health insurance coverage. You will have a choice of health plans and help finding the plan that is right for you. It’s the only place to get financial assistance to reduce the cost of coverage.

    Health insurance offered in the Marketplace will include a comprehensive set of benefits.

    You can choose a health insurance plan through the Marketplace starting on October 1, 2013 for coverage that begins on January 1, 2014.

    To learn more and to sign up for updates, visit or

    Article 2
    Audience: Consumers
    Length: Medium

    Title: NY State of Health: What Does it Mean for You?

    NY State of Health, The Official Health Plan Marketplace is where New Yorkers will shop for, compare and enroll in health insurance coverage. You will have a choice of health plans and help finding the plan that is right for you. It’s the only place to get financial assistance to reduce the cost of coverage.

    The Marketplace will be open to individuals and families, and small businesses with 50 or fewer eligible employees.

    Health insurance offered in the Marketplace will include a comprehensive set of benefits, called the Essential Health Benefits.

    We are here to help.

    Experts will be available to guide you through the enrollment process, help you find the right health insurance based on your unique needs and work with you to figure out if you can get financial assistance to reduce the cost of coverage.

    Support will be available online, in person in your community and by phone – you pick what works best for you. Assistance will be available in multiple languages.

    You can choose a health insurance plan through the Marketplace starting on October 1, 2013 for coverage that begins on January 1, 2014.

    To learn more and to sign up for updates, visit or

    Article 3
    Audience: Stakeholders and Partner Organizations

    Title: NY State of Health: What Does it Mean for the People You Serve?

    NY State of Health, The Official Health Plan Marketplace is where New Yorkers will shop for, compare and enroll in health insurance coverage. You will have a choice of health plans and help finding the plan that best meets your needs. It’s the only place to get financial assistance to reduce the cost of coverage.

    As a member of (insert organization name), you can raise awareness by learning about the Marketplace and sharing the ways it can help the people you serve. Ways you can help include:

    - Distribute fact sheets at events or via email
    - Include an article in your consumer newsletter
    - Incorporate information into your presentations and meetings
    - Refer the people you serve to the Marketplace and in-person assistors beginning on October 1, 2013

    Health insurance offered in the Marketplace will include a comprehensive set of benefits, called the Essential Health Benefits.

    Open enrollment begins on October 1, 2013 for effective dates beginning January 1, 2014. The open enrollment period for individuals ends on March 31, 2014. Small businesses can choose an effective date as early as January 1, 2014 or they can choose an effective date the first of any month thereafter that best meets their needs.

    The Marketplace will be open to individuals and families, and small businesses with 50 or fewer
    eligible employees.

    Experts will be available to guide consumers and small business owners through the enrollment process, help them find the right insurance based on their specific needs and work with them to determine eligibility for financial assistance to reduce the cost of coverage. Enrollment support will be available online, in person in the community and by phone. Assistance will be available in multiple languages.

    More information, including consumer-friendly fact sheets that you can print and share, is available on the Marketplace website at

    Sign up for updates on the website or email questions to

    Article 4
    Audience: Small Business Owners

    Title: NY State of Health: What Does it Mean for Small Business Owners?

    NY State of Health, The Official Health Plan Marketplace is where small businesses will shop for, compare and enroll in health insurance coverage through the Small Business Marketplace. Small businesses with 50 or fewer eligible employees will be able to participate in the Marketplace.

    Choices for You and Your Employees.

    Providing you and your workforce with affordable, robust choices for health insurance coverage that is easy to administer is the Small Business Marketplace’s mission. The Marketplace will provide a selection of health plans at a range of price points.

    As an employer, you will be able to determine the level of choice for your employees. You can decide to offer one plan; multiple plans by health insurance carrier or coverage level; or allow employees to select from all Small Business Marketplace health plans available in the county in which they live or work. If you choose to contribute to your employees’ coverage, you will set your contribution level. There is no minimum contribution and no minimum participation requirement.

    You can choose an effective date as early as January 1, 2014 or you can choose an effective date the first of any month thereafter to best meet your needs. Enrollment begins on October 1, 2013.

    Get Answers to Your Questions

    Brokers, agents, navigators and other in-person assistors who are trained and certified by the Marketplace will be there to guide you and your employees through the enrollment process. Customer support will be available in person, online and via phone. Assistance will be available in multiple languages.

    Administrative Simplicity

    Since choice is a hallmark of the Small Business Marketplace, your employees may select a variety of health plans. To make it easier for you, the Marketplace will compile premiums for your employees and send you one monthly bill. You will pay the total amount due to the Marketplace and we will handle payments to the health plans. One account to set up, online enrollment for you and your employees, and just one bill to pay. It’s that easy.

    Tax Benefits for Your Business.

    If you offer your employees health coverage through the Small Business Marketplace, you may be able to use the Small Business Health Care Tax Credit. As of 2014, NY State of Health is the only place you will be able to access this tax credit. You may qualify for a tax credit of up to 50% (up to 35% for non-profits) of eligible premium expenses to offset the cost of insurance for you and your employees.

    Ways to Get Ready:

    There are things you can do now to make sure your business is ready to take advantage of all the Small Business Marketplace will have to offer:

    1. Think about how your current plan works for you and your employees.
    2. If you don’t offer health coverage to your workforce, consider what benefits you’d like to provide. Also consider the amount you may be willing to contribute toward a health plan.
    3. Talk with an insurance broker about how they can help you make the best choices for you and your employees.
    4. Ask your tax advisor if your business may qualify for the Small Business Health Care Tax Credit.

    To learn more and to sign up for updates, visit or

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  • 09/26/13--09:30: MCC Press Release
  • The Manhattan Chamber of Commerce Appoints Six New Board Members

    MCC is pleased to announce the appointment of six new members of the Board of Directors effective immediately. 

    “These individuals are all champions in their industries and bring fresh ideas and support to the leadership of the chamber,” states MCC Chairman, Ronald Paltrowitz.  “We are all very excited to have them engaged with our active chamber.”

    Every year the MCC strives to bring new members to the board to ensure that the chamber continues to grow and has diverse representation, the hallmark of our borough.

    We have appointed the following, each to a two year term:

    Bill Bergman, Regional Sales Manager, Office Depot

    Bill has been with Office Depot for 8 years and has won numerous awards at the company for his outstanding sales performance.  He has been an active member of the MCC for the last 4 years and most recently, in June, Bill took on the role of chairperson of MCC's ambassador committee.   

    George Lence, Partner, Nicholas and Lence

    George Lence is President of Nicholas & Lence Communications,a New York-based strategic communications firm specializing in media relations, destination marketing, corporate positioning, crisis management, and government and community relations. He serves as President of Government Affairs Professionals, the trade group of metropolitan area government relations professionals in the private and public sectors, and is a board member of Big Apple Greeter, The Broadway Association and The Lower Manhattan Marketing Association.


    Rosina Rubin, CFO, Attitude New York

    As Chief Financial Officer of Attitude New York, Inc. since 1990, she has helped grow a struggling small business into a successful enterprise with 70 employees.  During her tenure, she has worked on building and servicing a high-end clientele, creating a company-sponsored employee benefits plan, and developing a custom computer program for the chauffeured transportation industry.  Prior to entering the entrepreneurial arena, Rosina spent six years in corporate communications at NBC and several years as a freelance writer and photographer.

    Ralph Siciliano, Partner, Tannenbaum, Helpern, Syracuse & Hirschtritt LLP

    Ralph heads the firm’s Governmental and Regulatory Investigations Practice.  Prior to joining his firm, Ralph served a prosecutor with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in its New York Regional Office, where he held several senior positions, including Assistant Regional Administrator.  He is currently a member of the LGBT Committee of the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce and serves on several nonprofit boards.

    Michael Wolff, Principal, EisnerAmper

    Michael Wolff is a Principal in Marketing, bringing an extensive background in management consulting, organizational effectiveness, personal development, motivation and creativity.  Michael has been a consultant to many companies where he guided management teams with the development of their business and marketing plans, identified weaknesses in organizational structures and provided recommendations to strengthen their infrastructures. 

    Also, MCC Executive Board Member & VP, Britt Wenzel has transitioned from Time Warner Cable and rejoins the board as a representative of his new company, GCR Inc New York.  And we welcome Bill Tyson who will now be the representative on the board for Time Warner Cable.

    Bill Tyson, Regional Vice President Business Operations, Time Warner Cable

    Bill has 20+ years of experience in the communications industry with expertise in customer service, market development, service delivery, systems integration and financial and regulatory compliance. He brings a strong background in the development and implementation of critical systems and procedures that elevate the customer experience. Currently as RVP-Business Operations for TWCBC, Bill leads the market development effort which facilitates the fiber based network expansion into commercial properties/businesses. He also oversees Sales Operations which is responsible for direct sales support, order processing/management, quality assurance and project management. Bill also serves on the WiredNYC Advisory Board.


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    Company Name



    Chase Bank

    Paul Harrison

    Worry Free Labs

    Paul Choi

    multiClick media

    Irving Pena

    Entrepreneur & Small Business Forum

    Bruce Crawford

    Capital One Bank

    Robert Chisholm

    Couture Within Reach LLC

    Maiya Kim

    Atto LLC

    Gabriel Diaz


    Amena Choudhury

    Manhattan Sideways

    Betsy Polivy

    Breakwater Ventures, LLC

    Michael Patton


    Josh Yu

    L'Artisan LLC

    Olga Istratii

    8 Path Solutions LLC

    Jennifer Shin

    Randy Joy & Co.

    Randy J Epstein

    R&L IT & Telecom Consultants, LLC

    Ronald Klink

    J. Hilburn

    Susan Klapkin

    Edible Arrangements

    Victor Panwala

    DeLuca Coaching

    Antoinette DeLuca


    Ernest Sciutto

    Greenwood Heights Funeral & Cremation Services, Inc.

    Amy Cunningham

    Consultants 2 Go LLC

    Sandi Webster

    Linguistic Consulting

    Caroline Latterman

    Pia Gschossmann

    Pia Gschossmann

    Brad A. Robertson LLC

    Brad A Robertson

    Assai Management Consulting, LLC

    Fredrick Redd, MBA, PMP

    The Little Baby Face Foundation

    Eric Salvarezza



    Patriot Advance

    jeremiah Lowe

    InnerHarbor Advisors

    John O'Meara

    Benjamin Marc

    Anthony Savino

    Mingo Design LLC

    Kari Brooke Elwell-Katzander



    The Howard Teich Network

    Howard Teich

    Please N Thank You Fitness

    Maria Knecht

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    TD Bank's successful environmental employee engagement program features five lessons for companies and individuals looking to integrate sustainability into their workforce culture and processes.

    In 2012, TD Bank launched its ambitious Environmental Employee Engagement (EEE) Program to bring sustainability into its business practices and workforce culture.

    At Net Impact, we believe that one of the best ways to learn is from experience – which is why we 

    partnered with GreenBiz Group to investigate key insights from TD Bank’s experience.

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    MCC’s Nancy Ploeger recently participated in an entrepreneurship panel attended by a group of international entrepreneurs. We thank them for their response!


    Hi. Thanks so very much for a great panel on Tuesday regarding the best public and private practices for encouraging and supporting entrepreneurship in NYC. The 30 international entrepreneurs brought together by our International Visitors program thought it was a highlight of their entire US trip, so thank you for putting together such a worthwhile and terrific panel.

    Linda Piccirilli

    Office of International Visitors

    United States Department of State

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    Linda Porto


    David Meir-Levi

    Wealth Advisory Group LLC

    Martin Torre

    MBTorre Architects and Planners

    Adrian Sealy

    Invest Barbados

    Calvin Lee

    Credit Suisse

    Kyle Pennacchia

    Wiss & Company, LLP

    Greg Barber

    EcoFriendlyPrinter-GBarber LLC

    Martin Radensky

    Martin Radensky Inc

    Shari Rosenblatt


    Gregory Collier

    Collier Capital Advisors

    Rosemary Figlio

    De Figlio Design

    Bonnie Witler

    Weigh to Health Inc.

    John Brouillard

    NPA Computers

    Debra Duneier

    EcoChi, LLC

    Matt Merrilees

    DHL Express

    Maralyn Dolan

    Integrated Printing & Graphics, Inc.

    Tani Mills

    Center for Employment Opportunities

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    Congratulations to MCC Partners Ron Bergamini of Action Carting and William Floyd of Google on being elected to serve as a trustees on the citizens budget commission. The Citizens Budget Commission is New York's nonprofit, non-partisan voice for efficiency in government. Learn more at

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    MCC seeks to develop the next generation of business owners and professionals in NYC by providing educational and networking opportunities in a relaxed atmosphere. On October 15th, MCC hosted its Young Professionals Launch Event at Pioneers Bar in Chelsea. Here’s how one MCC member attended a MCC Young Professionals event and made great contacts (as told to MCC Program Director Anna Strindberg):


    Thank you for hosting last night’s event. It was the first time I’d ever been to a networking event, and I really enjoyed it! My expectations were quite a bit different from the reality, which was good. I thought it might be a little more anxiety-producing than it was, but in actuality, it was very relaxed, and I met a great deal of interesting and beneficial people.

    I manage the Professional English Programs at a private school in midtown (Rennert NYC), so meeting some professionals from other countries (e.g., Germany, Japan, etc.) and discussing our business helped me to find potential clients (i.e., students), who can come learn professional, business English with us.

    In addition, I found some potential placements for our volunteer students, who want to get immersed in American business culture and use their English skills.

    The event was beneficial and relaxed, and I appreciate your hard work and effort. I’m looking forward to joining future events!

    Phillip Thompson
    Professional English Programs
    Rennert New York
    [P] 212-867-8700 ext. 85

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    NEW YORK, Aug. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Casa Latina, the premiere bilingual home and lifestyle brand ( and Chase are proud to announce the first annual Casa Latina Home Expo offering a host of workshops and activities with expert advice on financial management and home buying information. The Home Expo, sponsored by Chase to be held on November 9, 2013 at the historic Altman Building in New York City is a full day event featuring expert advice such as home repair (DIY/How-To, Decor), parenting, home health, and home safety. In addition, the expo will offer live how-to-clinics, product give aways, cooking demonstrations, a kid's zone, and cultural entertainment.

    "We are truly excited to launch the first bilingual Home Expo for the Hispanic community allowing us to increase our reach and empower home ownership. Our intent is to give consumers answers to their home ownership, design, re model and lifestyle challenges," says Nora Diaz Bretherton, co-founder of Casa Latina. "We will have booths and industry-recognized experts on site to provide real-time help, targeting one of the largest demographics in the U.S. and providing them with the tools they need as current and future home owners."

    The event's messaging: Improve Your Home, Improve Your Life (Mejora Tu Casa, Mejora Tu Vida) focuses on helping Latino families create an aesthetically appealing, highly functional, and safe home environment that positions them to achieve their goals and live the best life they can. It embodies Casa Latina's mission and vision of empowering Hispanic families to improve their homes and lives by offering a path to sustainable homeownership. It will offer a wide variety of culturally relevant home improvement and lifestyle information and tips that speak to the life aspirations of many in the Latino community.

    Hosting a variety of exhibitors and sponsors, this will be a unique opportunity to access the Hispanic community to help advise and educate attendees. Experts in attendance will include:

    • Interior Design/Decorating/DIY and Crafting:

    • Evette Rios, correspondent of ABC's The Chew

    • Marlene Pratt, Casa Latina Co-founder

    • Martin Amado, co-hosted Decorando Contigoon Galavision

    • Kathy Cano-Murillo aka The Crafty Chic

    • Parenting Clinics:

    • Jeannette Kaplun, who co-hosted the award-winning Univision series Viva La Familia de Todobebe

    • Ana Flores, co-founder of Spanglish Baby and Latina Bloggers Connect

    • Leading The Casa Latina Home Health Initiative:

    o Dr. Helen Troncoso, a health expert and Ms. New York America 2012

    Expo partners include media entities like Vme Media, Telemundo Channel 47, Fox News Latina; Hispanic organizations like the National Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP), National Hispanic Leadership Institute (NHLI), Latinos In Social Media (LATISM) as a social media promotional partner, Las Comadres a Latina networking organization and New York City Latino Professionals (NYCLP).

    For more information and sponsor opportunities, please visit

    About Casa Latina
    Co-founders Marlene Pratt and Nora Diaz Bretherton developed Casa Latina as a multi-media bilingual home-and-lifestyle brand when they discovered a strong demand for culturally relevant home-related information that addresses the different, yet intertwined, realities of Latina life in the U.S. Casa Latina's growing platform includes a weekly feature on Fox News Latino and regular articles in El Diaro La Prensa and Vista Magazine and offers a strong value proposition for brand partners and a way for sponsors to connect and communicate with millions of Latinas in both English and Spanish.

    Casa Latina's Marlene Pratt has been featured on multiple media outlets, including NBC, Telemundo, Univision, Television Dominicana, NY1 Noticias, Fox News Latino, The New York Times and is a featured writer for Fox News Latino, El Diario La Prensa and Vista Magazine. She is an experienced on-air talent, interior designer, and lifestyle expert in both English and Spanish language television, print, and radio. She has also served as a Latina spokesperson for major brands.

    Media Contact:
    Casa Latina Enterprises, LLC
    Nora Diaz Bretherton
    SOURCE Casa Latina


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    1776, an incubation platform based in Washington, DC, is hosting the Challenge Cup to identify the most promising startups tackling the biggest global challenges. The competition with center on startups innovating in four primary categories: education, health, energy, and smart cities, and will come to New York City on December 11, 2013.

    Participants in the regional and final competition will receive worldwide PR and marketing through a dedicated 1776 staff writer, distribution through global media channels and spotlighted features through our corporate partner channels. In each of the 16 cities, one winner will be selected in each of the four categories to compete in an expense-paid week-long final tournament in May 2014 in Washington, D.C. and will win a virtual membership and the opportunity to win prize money of up to $150,000.

    Companies must be less than 3 years old, have less the $3M USD in revenue to date at time of application, have a scalable product or service in the market, and raised less than $1.5M USD in capital at the time of application. Apply at

    MCC’s own Nancy Ploeger will be a judge in the competition!

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    Dear Business Owners, Employees, Customers, and New Yorkers,

    In the last 90 days, Mayor Bloomberg’s Business Customer Service Initiative has continued to make New York City government more effective and efficient in helping businesses open, operate, and expand.

    Take a look at the Quarterly Progress Report for July - September 2013 here.

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    MTV teamed with volunteer platform Catchafire to put creative and social firepower behind a worthwhile, "tough sell" cause--the Center for Employment Opportunities, which offers comprehensive job services to people leaving prison.

    “We have a very tough product to sell.” That’s Mindy Tarlow, the CEO of Center for Employment Opportunities. You can’t tell by the name of the organization, but that “tough product” is people--men and women recently released from prison. The New York-based nonprofit specializes in helping them transition into the work force and stay employed.

    Read more here:

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    Time Warner Cable Business Class

    Get a special offer from Time Warner Cable Business Class, just for Manhattan Chamber Members!

    • As a member of the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce you’re eligible to take advantage of this great "members only” offer from Time Warner Cable Business Class: 
    • Get Internet, Phone AND/OR Television and get a month FREE of each service! Minimum 1-year agreement. 
    • Plus, combine that with other advertised offers from Time Warner Cable Business Class and save even more! 
    • Visit to order, review terms and conditions, and learn more! 
    • You will need to complete the submission form so you can be contacted by a Time Warner Cable Business Class consultant to discuss your particular needs, and find the solution that's right for your business. 
    • Offer expires 12/31/13. 

    Time Warner Cable Business Class takes the time to get to know your business, and then find the right mix of Internet, Business Class Phone and Television solutions for your unique needs.

    High-speed Internet to keep your business connected.
    • Internet solutions offering fast, reliable connectivity so you can download large files, stream videos and easily manage e-mail. 
    • Bandwidth speeds up to 50 Mbps—find the right solution for your business, so you only pay for what you need. 

    Dependable Voice solutions from an experienced provider.
    • Business Class Phone is more than just a reliable voice service. It includes Voice Manager, an online tool to manage and control your features, from anywhere at any time. 
    • Choose from available local, in-state long distance, and nationwide long distance calling plans. 

    Television packages to enhance your business environment.
    • Programming options with up-to-the-minute news, sports, entertainment and music, plus exclusive local content. 
    • A selection from over 300 channels and HDTV with easy-to-use interactive program guides. 


    Offer expires 12/31/13 and is available exclusively at to new or existing customers. Free month will be applied as a bill credit to the second month’s bill and is equal to the monthly recurring rate paid for new services excluding taxes, fees, installation and applicable construction. Additional charges apply for equipment, taxes, fees, Directory Assistance, Operator Services, and installation and construction costs (if applicable). At the end of the term, regular rates in effect at the time will apply. Early termination fees may apply. All offers and services not available in all areas. Offers are not transferable and may be combined with any other offer. Subject to change without notice. Some restrictions apply. Local calling area boundaries may vary based upon subscriber-originating area code and phone number. Actual speeds may vary. Customer service satisfaction claim based on Time Warner Cable Business Class customer C+R Barometer study from September 2012. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Time Warner Cable Business Class is a trademark of Time Warner Inc. Used under license. ©2013 Time Warner Cable Enterprises LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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  • 10/29/13--12:03: Hurricane Sandy Anniversary
  • On this anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, we are encouraging all business to Expect the Best, Plan for the Worst and be prepared. MCC has launched a checklist of tasks to prepare you, your employees and your business for the worst. Check out the list and circulate to your fellow business associates. Be prepared!

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    Below is a testimony and thank you from the Union Sq. Hosp. Group as to how NBAT helped them open restaurants and understand rules and compliance. Great stuff! See the following link for more info:

    Dear Stephen,

    Here are some of the many benefits we’ve enjoyed as a result of NBAT’s efforts:

    *Clarity on next steps for permit application, job approval, and sign-off
    *Clarity on the impact that one permit has on the next (e.g. DOB approval of equipment not on MEP list, which then leads to FDNY approval of placement, which in turn leads to FDNY suppression test and approval)
    *A “no permit left behind” mentality that had our client manager, Elizabeth Gelpi, making sure all that we were aligned in our applications
    *Helpful, friendly inspectors!
    *We were treated like what we were doing (two full restaurant build-outs) was positive for the City (which we like to think it is, and if you’ve dined at North End Grill or Blue Smoke Battery Park City lately, I think “positive” makes the grade!) rather than trying to pull one over on the City
    *Our contractors were treated with respect
    *There were no screaming matches as there have been on job sites in the past
    *Inspectors took their time and demystified their decision-making process
    *“One-stop shopping” for all queries and concerns
    *We never heard “that’s not my job; go ask another agency”
    *An honoring, philosophical shift and the dignity that comes from being treated as a “client” (NBAT’s excellent term) by each inspecting agency.

    Many thanks for all your team's help & all the best,




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    Roy Fenichel
    Kensington Vanguard
    Jered Snyder
    The J Squared Concept
    William Adams
    Adams Consulting
    James Li
    Asian Business Network Corporation
    Edward Gibson
    EasternOne, LLC
    Triumvirate Environmental Inc.
    Jeanne Omlor
    Jeanne Omlor Business Coaching
    Dave Scaturro
    Alpine Painting and Sandblasting Contractors
    Lory Alissa Skwerer
    Law Office of Lory Alissa Skwerer, Esq.
    Greg DeShields
    Temple University Fox School of Business
    Ariel Fefer
    AdRide Advertising, LLC
    Nora Diaz Bretherton
    Casa Latina
    Sandra Banks
    Toll Brothers, Inc.
    DeVaughn Myles
    New York Life
    Justin Kinslow
    Douglas Elliman
    Linda Hurwitz
    Linda Hurwitz
    Nakeiya Cadet
    Fabulous Key Events
    Allie Dickson
    The Allie Way Sports Bar
    Nicholas Athineos
    Astoria Federal Savings
    Lourdes Bejasa
    Desmond's Steakhouse
    Gerald Delisle
    Axa Advisors
    Shurland Cummings
    Shurland Cummings
    Manny Guzman
    Pestrol, Inc.
    Rita Kardeman
    Chamber of Commerce of Washington Heights & Inwood
    Susann Eaton
    Bloom Real Estate Group
    Bob David
    Resolve Executive Marketing
    Marino Rodriguez
    New York Camera Pro Inc.
    Fayrous Hamdan
    Joanne Franklin, Inc
    Susan Farina
    Luxury Leash of Lower Manhattan
    Daniel Cohen
    Cohen Partners LLC
    Kelly Faughey
    Kelly Faughey, Real Estate Specialist
    Tiasia O'Brien
    Learning Disabilities Association New York City
    Sam Cervantes
    Solidoodle LLC
    Karen Daniels
    Charter School Business Management

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    Name Company Website
    Richard Windram Verizon
    Ann Kayman New York Grant Company
    Maiya Kim Couture Within Reach
    A Settle Per Annum, Inc.
    Angie Hancock  Experience Harlem
    Angela Cappiello  Master Plumbers Council of the City of NY, Inc.
    Scott Evenbeck Guttman Community College
    Gail Peck All Stars Project, Inc.
    Jing Herman GT Forge, Inc dba Get Taxi
    Shannon Pollack Dasha Wellness
    Mary Baker  The Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College
    Cynthia Rubino Berkeley College - Cynthia Rubino
    Ron Bergamini  The Action Environmental Group
    Britton Wenzel GCR Inc.
    Peter Aubrey-Smith Stellar Re Intermediaries, Inc.
    Anthony Zaccaria McCarter & English, LLP
    Robert Rock Meridian Printing
    Gary Herbst Buyer's Edge Realty, Inc.
    Mark Hofmaier Coach Hof
    Linda Hamilton  Linda A Hamilton, CPA LLC
    Philippe Lambert LUNARIS, Inc.
    Catherine Russell Snapple Theater Center 
    Kaz Bigus   CLM NY Inc

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  • 11/12/13--07:56: Talking Transition
  • For the first time in 12 years, New Yorkers have a new mayor. So we’re getting together and we’re Talking Transition.

    Talking Transition is an open conversation about the future of New York City. We're transforming the typically closed-door transition process between Election Day and the Inauguration into an opportunity for New Yorkers to make their voices heard.

    Join us November 9th through the 23rd in a conversation that will spread across the city – from an open tent filled with transition-related events on Canal Street opening this Saturday, to mobile “tents” that will setup in public spaces throughout the boroughs, to our online forum, As may be seen even from initial press, the project promises to cause a stir.

    I’ll be there, in the tent, this weekend and hope you will join me. You can find the schedule of events at Please encourage your colleagues and members to join in the conversation too. Together we can demonstrate that an “open transition” is the best way forward for New York City.

    We’ll be sending details about MCC’s event soon.

    Get involved: Like TalkingTransition on Facebook and Follow @TalkNYC2013
    Visit our website:

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    Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and the New York City Department of Transportation seeing success with US Department of Transportation study to shift daytime truck deliveries to outside normal business hours

    Troy, N.Y. – A federal study led by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute is helping make Manhattan streets cleaner, less congested, and more profitable for businesses by shifting daytime delivery truck traffic to after normal business hours.

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    Campaign focusing on supporting businesses in the 2nd Ave. subway construction zone

    Small Business Saturday, which falls between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, is back on 2nd Avenue in the subway construction zone!

    “We know that small businesses are the building blocks that create the identity of a neighborhood and this is a day to support the local heroes that create jobs, boost the economy and preserve neighborhoods around the country. American Express created Small Business Saturday in 2010 in response to small business owners’ most pressing need: more demand for their products and services,” states MCC President Ploeger. “We continue to promote the merchants and restaurants along the 2nd Ave. corridor and Small Business Saturday is another great way to bring new and returning customers to these stores.”

    Businesses, such as The Comic Strip Live, Marianne Vera Salon, Next Cleaners, Eneslow Shoes & Pedorthics, New York Paint & Hardware and Leonards’ Market, are participating so far and many more are expected to sign up this week! Starting Monday November 25th, MCC is handing out Small Business Saturday tote bags, balloons, bumper magnets and welcome mats to merchants and promoting the day to MCC members and subscribers as well as upper east siders through social media outreach, through emails and on the MCC website.

    We hope consumers will join the forces of over 100 million Small Business Saturday shoppers this November 30th!

    Make sure to Shop Local on 2nd Avenue or in your own neighborhood and be a part of Small Business Saturday!

    The time is NOW to start broadcasting the message from the rooftops (or through your website, social media and communications streams.) I have included suggested messaging below to make it easy for you to spread the word.

    Sample Facebook Posts:

    • Nov 30 is Small Business Saturday®! Mark your calendar to #ShopSmall on the big day and support your favorite small businesses. You can also head to for more ways to get involved. 
    • Help your business stand out on Small Business Saturday®. Head to to create free marketing materials to help you promote your business and get noticed on Nov 30. 
    • Nov 30 is Small Business Saturday®! Whether you’re a shopper or a small business owner, be sure to mark your calendar for the big day and head to for more ways to get involved. 
    Sample Twitter Messages:
    • Small Business Saturday is Nov 30! It’s the big day to #ShopSmall and support your local businesses.
    • Help attract customers on Small Business Saturday, Nov 30. Get marketing materials for your business: 
    • Everyone mark their calendars for Small Business Saturday, Nov 30! The big day is almost here! #ShopSmall

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